Ronald Prinn

professor, atmospheric science, MIT

Dr. Ronald Prinn is te TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Science in MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science. One of his projects has been measuring the rates of change in atmospheric concentrations of trace greenhouse gases for more than 30 years. Recently he and his colleagues noted an unexplained increase in methane concentrations which led them to reconsider the impact of methane vis-a-vis climate change. He outlines those risks in his discussion of “Arctic Warming: Risks for Methane Emissions, Sea Ice Loss, and Ocean Overturn.”

Dr. Ronald Prinn is te TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Science in MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science. One of his projects has been measuring the rates of change in atmospheric concentrations of trace greenhouse gases for more than 30 years. Recently he and his colleagues noted an unexplained increase in methane concentrations which led them to reconsider the impact of methane vis-a-vis climate change. He outlines those risks in his discussion of “Arctic Warming: Risks for Methane Emissions, Sea Ice Loss, and Ocean Overturn.”


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